Loganair is adding Germany to its destination map for the first time, as the airline announces the commencement of daily flights from 31st March to Düsseldorf using its newly-acquired Embraer 145 Regional Jet aircraft.
Loganair is stepping in to protect the route, which supports important cultural and business links between the west of Scotland and the North Rhine. Current operator Eurowings has elected to discontinue its service, which will end on the previous day.
The new Loganair schedule departs Glasgow at 1020, arriving in Dusseldorf at 1310, before returning to Scotland at 1350 and touching down again in Glasgow at 1440. Loganair has been able to secure access to Germany’s third largest airport for its new service despite stiff competition from intercontinental airlines for scarce runway slots there.